For many, fire performance and art form the heart of Burning Man. The first conclave-wide fire choreography from 2004 was referred to as the pulse, and a relationship with fire is seen throughout the art, art cars, and performances throughout the week. Here is a small sample of fire culture at Burning Man brought to you by CuriousJosh.
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It was a no-brainer that Queens of the Stone Age's show last night at the Pageant was sold out -- incredibly, it was the band's first St. Louis club show since September 2002. Although a no-frills 90 minutes, the set was exactly what fans expect (and crave) from QOTSA: eardrum-busting volume,...
DeMun Oyster Bar has its oysters shipped daily from the Pacific Northwest. (To those concerned about food miles and carbon footprints: Now you know. Then again, if you're going to eat oysters in Missouri, well, there you go.) The menu offers detailed descriptions of the flavor, texture and even...
Destroyer and the War on Drugs performing at the Luminary Center for the Arts on Monday, March 28. Photos by Jon Gitchoff. Click here for Roy Kasten's full review of Destroyer and the War on Drugs.
Destroyer's Dan Bejar demystifies his new album, Kaputt
Get Serious teamed up with Mass Appeal for what was billed as "a huge blow out party" at the Atomic Cowboy on Friday, March 25. Featuring five DJ sets, partygoers danced the night away. Photos by Lee Harris.
Chronic-loving rapper Wiz Khalifa made a stop at Flamingo Bowl in downtown St. Louis last night to promote his upcoming album Rolling Papers. He also sat down for an interview with the RFT's Diana Benanti: Wiz Khalifa on Dank, Odd Future and His New Film with Snoop Dogg. Photos by Sarah Rusnak.
The party atmosphere was in full effect during Dubstep on Main Street with fog machines, eye-popping laser lights, ground shaking beats, glowsticks and even hula hoops as patrons enjoyed the event organized by STL DUB in association with Bon Ton and Tanked Party Promotions. Taking place at...
The Printbanger's Ball took place at the Atomic Cowboy on Saturday, March 19 and droves of people showed up for this shindig. Presented by Tom Huck's Evil Prints, the event featured burlesque, a Johnny Cash tribute band, raffles and plenty of showcased artists. Photos by Lee Harris.
The Southern Graphics Council International Conference came to St. Louis this year. Running from Wednesday, March 16 to
Saturday, March 17, the event featured a series of seminars and panel discussions on the artistry and business of fine art printing. It also offered fans of print art the...
Legendary rocker Sammy Hagar stopped off at Left Bank Book's downtown location on Friday, March 18. With fans lined up outside the door, Hagar spent the evening signing copies of his new authobiography Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock. Photos by Sarah Rusnak.